November 2002


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"Barton A. Bean" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 25 Nov 2002 19:04:04 -0800
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I watched three young men under the age of forty who seem to have gotten a gastroc clot
after jogging for two weeks every three days - two of the young men had the clot propigate into
the popliteal - it scared me and reminded me again that DVT is a process
some will expand some will contract.
Bart Bean

>Are Gastroc veins considered deep veins or superficial and how should they be treated? This is a argument with our reading docs.
>Patti Shandloff BSN,RVT
>Battjes Vascular Institute at Bethesda
>Memorial Hospital
>Boynton Beach, Fl.
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